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"The increasingly aggressive tone of his statements in the recent past suggests continuing unwillingness to acknowledge the failure of the unproductive policies Pakistan has so far pursued," the External Affairs Ministry spokesman said at his regular briefing this evening. In response to questions, the spokesman said: "Pakistan's record on minorities hardly entitles it to pronounce on treatment of minorities in India. Even Muslim minorities in Pakistan, leave alone other religious minorities, are insecure."
On the Pakistani spokesman's statement that there were terrorist training camps in India, he said: "The less said about the (Pakistani) spokesman's egregious comment about the terrorist training apparatus in India the better."
"We once again call upon the Government of Pakistan to seize the new spirit infused amongst the people of both the countries."
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